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Accommodation

Understanding your room number

By sophiebk 10 Aug 2020

Once you have your room number, we know many of you will want to get to grips with where your room will be ... and most importantly who your neighbours will be! See below the next steps to take...

The email will give you a link to pay your booking fee. Once you have done this, you will be able to log on to Liverpool Life to book your Arrival Slot. This will be the date and time you will be able to move in to halls so we recommend you do this as soon as possible.

Next up, you will need to understand exactly where your room is! See below a guide to understanding room numbers in halls...

Crown Place

  • The letter at the start of your room number is your core.
  • The first number is the floor you are on; the number 1 would be first floor etc. Lower floors use letters - G being ground floor, LG being Lower Ground Floor.
  • The final three digits of your room number show your cluster flat and room number in the cluster flat. For example, A1.303 is Core A, Floor 1, Cluster flat 3, bedroom 03 and DG.105 in Block 2 is Core D, Ground Floor, Cluster flat 1, bedroom 05.

Click here for more information about what to expect from your room in Crown Place.

Dover Court

  • The letter at the start of your room number is your Block.
  • The first number is the floor you are on; the number 1 would be first floor etc. Lower floors use letters - G being ground floor, LG being Lower Ground Floor.
  • The last two numbers are your flat number and your room number within that flat. For example, A132 is Block A, Floor 1, Flat 3, bedroom 2 and DG21 is Block D, Ground Floor, Flat 2, bedroom 1. 

Click here for more information about what to expect from your room in Dover Court.

Greenbank Student Village

  • The letter is your core / building.
  • The first number is the floor you are on; the number 1 would be first floor etc. Lower floors use letters - G being ground floor, M being mezzanine and LG being lower ground floor.
  • The remaining numbers are your flat and room number in that flat.
  • For example, UG.503 in Rathbone is Core U, Ground Floor, Cluster flat 5, bedroom 03 Another example, T2.208 in Derby is Core T, 2nd Floor, Cluster flat 2, bedroom 08

Click here for more information about what to expect from your room at Greenbank.

Melville Grove

  • The first number is your house number
  • The second number is your room number in the house (there are around 7 rooms per house).
  • For example, 487 is house number 48, room 7 

Click here for more information about what to expect from your room in Melville Grove.

Philharmonic Court

  • The letter at the start of your room number is your Block.
  • The first number is the floor you are on; the number 1 would be first floor etc. Lower floors use letters - G being ground floor, LG being Lower Ground Floor.
  • The last two numbers are your flat number and your room number within that flat. For example, A132 is Block A, Floor 1, Flat 3, bedroom 2 and DG21 is Block D, Ground Floor, Flat 2, bedroom 1.

Click here for more information about what to expect from your room in Philharmonic Court.

Tudor Close

Houses 1 to 4 are in the middle of the site; 5 to 8 are along the front on Mulberry Street; 9 to 12 are at the rear of the site and 13 to 15 are at the side looking over Oxford Street. Click here for more information about what to expect from your room at Tudor Close.

Vine Court

To give you an idea of how many people will be living near you, if you're catered you'll be on a corridor with up to 16 people, and if you're self-catered you'll be in a flat with up to 8 people.

  • The letter at the start of your room number is your block; there are three blocks in the West Block (A, B and C) and three in the East Block (D, E and F).
  • The first number is the floor you are on; the number 1 would be first floor etc. Lower floors use letters - G being ground floor, GM being mezzanine.
  • The rest of your room number is your room on that floor.
  • For Example, A3059 is A block, 3rd floor, room 59 and CGM014 is C block, Mezzanine floor, room 14.   

Click here for more information about what to expect from your room in Vine Court.

Once you understand your number, you can start to meet your flatmates by joining our Facebook Groups and see more about Moving to Halls here.